The best things get better with age – wine, cheddar, 401(k)s. It turns out Yung Gravy gets better with age too.
The name Yung Gravy says a great deal. It’s perpetually youthful, and it oozes “sauce.” As such, Yung Gravy uses his own special recipe to bring originality and positivity to make his one-of-a-kind impact on the genre. Gravy flexes his passion for soul music and oldies in his production, sampling a wide range of musical styles dating from the 1940s to present-day. Nostalgic and often-jubilant melodies paired with heavy trap drums form the usual canvas for his signature baritone voice. Showcasing effortless flows and endlessly quotable lyrics, Yung Gravy paints something truly unique while clearly having a good time doing so. In the span of six short years, Gravy has transformed from SoundCloud stalwart to platinum powerhouse. To date, his accolades include three platinum and four gold singles, as well as 10 sold-out tours of North America, Europe and Australia. He has collaborated with his self-proclaimed musical heroes, including Lil Wayne, Chief Keef, Juicy J, T-Pain and the late Young Dolph. Gravy became the soundtrack and unofficial second mascot of the Tampa Bay Lightning and was given an honorary Stanley Cup ring. He starred in a worldwide commercial campaign with Martha Stewart, performed for the VMAs and “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and partnered on campaigns with Samsung and Jimmy John’s. Tallying six billion streams and selling five million units thus far, he’s notched four entries on the Billboard 200, two in the Top 30 of the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Chart, and two in the Top 20 of the Top Album Sales Chart. In 2022, his third full-length opus, “Marvelous” (Republic Records), was introduced by the chart-topping platinum-certified Billboard Hot 100 Top 30 single “Betty (Get Money).” In 2023, he’ll hit the stage at BottleRock Napa Valley and Hangout Music Festival.
Blending hip-hop, R&B and electronic influences, bbno$ (“baby no money”) started releasing his music on SoundCloud in 2016. He got his first break when popular Chinese dance crew TFBoys used his song “Yoyo Tokyo.” Despite minimal clout at the time in his native Vancouver, that exposure enabled him to sell out back-to-back tours in China in 2017. In 2017 and 2018, he toured extensively in North America, Europe and Australia with his frequent collaborator Yung Gravy, first in support of their joint EP “Baby Gravy” and then for bbno$’s debut album, “bb steps.” bbno$’s musical output was (and is) prolific; during this era, he often released singles on a weekly basis, and he organically grew his audience until he crossed the threshold of 1 million Spotify monthly listeners in late 2018. In 2019, bbno$ self-released his sophomore album, “Recess,” and booked his first headlining American and European tours. In 2019, he released “Lalala,” a cheeky earworm of a rap single that nicely encapsulated his “ignorant but melodic” approach to hip-hop. “Lalala” erupted on a global scale and racked up 12 million streams within a couple of weeks. The following year, bbno$ became the 84th most-streamed artist in the world across genres on Spotify and received two JUNO Award nominations. He continued his upward trajectory with the release of his third album, “I Don’t Care at All.” bbno$ put out his fourth full-length album, “Good Luck Have Fun,” in October 2020 and saw it debut as the No. 8 album in the world on Spotify. bbno$ has continued to release a series of singles and music videos and, to date, his now extensive catalog of music has amassed more than 2,000,000,000 (yes, 2 billion) streams.
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